Sophomore Computer Science student, Joanna Gormley, recently accepted an opportunity to participate in Dyn’s Hackademy. Joanna is a member of the Honors Program, WMCK Radio club, Society of Women Engineers, and the National Society of Leadership and Success. Joanna learned more about Dyn during a site visit sponsored by the O’Brien Center for Career Development over Winter Break.
This year’s Spring Career Fair at the Sakowich Campus Center that was organized by the O’Brien Center for Student Success March 9 paid immediate dividends with at least one student getting a job offer on-site and others being asked to interview for available positions.
About 62 businesses and 110 of their representatives met with Merrimack students during the first-ever Fall Career Expo at the Sakowich Campus Center’s MPR Oct. 7 so both sides could gauge potential matches for internships, coops and full-time jobs.
Jessica Stone Bachelor of Art in Human Development: School & Society,’15 Merrimack College Master of Education in Community Engagement (M.Ed ’16) Graduate Fellow for Bread and Roses in Lawrence, Massachusetts
Merrimack’s O’Brien Center for Student Success recently accepted the National Career Development Association’s first-ever Exemplary Career Center Award during the group’s global conference held in Denver.